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  • Frank's Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox - Digital Music Insider
    pm Neil we lived two doors down I remember getting pitchers to go for our dinners Leo would get a plate At the end of the semester I returned about 4 pitchers and 20 glasses that made it to our apartment I also got to hang with Leo when I played on Frank s softball team They had a great league home team was the host and post game bar losing team ponied up 5 each yes 5 for open taps all night for both teams I got to see a lot of bars and meet people all over Albany through Leo Had some fun when Leo moved over to the Washington Tavern for a while also Sorry to hear he is gone Reply metin ulug says September 27 2011 at 4 51 pm Somewhere out there those cassette tapes might still exist oh for a boxed cd set of those and perhaps a cyber snakebite Reply marc reiter says September 27 2011 at 5 39 pm amazing post can t wait to hear the station i remember frank s well and the music i can t say i remember leo that well as i was usually too busy staring into linda hayme s eyes to pay attention to little else Reply Tom Dussault says September 27 2011 at 5 50 pm A woman was really special if you took her to FLR on a first date to impress Reply Eugene says September 27 2011 at 6 32 pm Man Franks was the stopping off place on the way home from the bus for 3 years sure does bring back memories Reply Neil says October 10 2011 at 2 20 am Ya and living next door wasn t too bad Reply Kathleen Taylor says September 27 2011 at 6 57 pm Jack thanks for writing this I d forgotten the Leo George Jones connection I have him to thank for turning me on to Marianne Faithfull Reply Marla Brucker says September 29 2011 at 2 07 am Kathy Are you MY Kathy Taylor I know and love Marla Boces Reply Kathleen Taylor says October 8 2011 at 2 17 pm I am I think graduated into a full name sometime after leaving Frank s Leo was an extraordinarily kind man Reply Lyza says October 9 2011 at 2 51 pm I don t even know what to say this made thgins so much easier Reply L A Pomeroy says September 28 2011 at 1 50 am Lest we are left with the impression that only hip dudes frequented this subterranean enclave of music chic I too frequented Frank s in the 1980s more than once wearing my I Was A Victim Of The Stranglers t shirt or maybe some Ant makeup en route to a show at JB Scotts And if Leo aka Frank was our musical mentor leave some room at the bar to sidle up with another old friend Jack from the mighty Yukon and the source of

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  • Frank's Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox - Digital Music Insider
    Neil we lived two doors down I remember getting pitchers to go for our dinners Leo would get a plate At the end of the semester I returned about 4 pitchers and 20 glasses that made it to our apartment I also got to hang with Leo when I played on Frank s softball team They had a great league home team was the host and post game bar losing team ponied up 5 each yes 5 for open taps all night for both teams I got to see a lot of bars and meet people all over Albany through Leo Had some fun when Leo moved over to the Washington Tavern for a while also Sorry to hear he is gone Reply metin ulug says September 27 2011 at 4 51 pm Somewhere out there those cassette tapes might still exist oh for a boxed cd set of those and perhaps a cyber snakebite Reply marc reiter says September 27 2011 at 5 39 pm amazing post can t wait to hear the station i remember frank s well and the music i can t say i remember leo that well as i was usually too busy staring into linda hayme s eyes to pay attention to little else Reply Tom Dussault says September 27 2011 at 5 50 pm A woman was really special if you took her to FLR on a first date to impress Reply Eugene says September 27 2011 at 6 32 pm Man Franks was the stopping off place on the way home from the bus for 3 years sure does bring back memories Reply Neil says October 10 2011 at 2 20 am Ya and living next door wasn t too bad Reply Kathleen Taylor says September 27 2011 at 6 57 pm Jack thanks for writing this I d forgotten the Leo George Jones connection I have him to thank for turning me on to Marianne Faithfull Reply Marla Brucker says September 29 2011 at 2 07 am Kathy Are you MY Kathy Taylor I know and love Marla Boces Reply Kathleen Taylor says October 8 2011 at 2 17 pm I am I think graduated into a full name sometime after leaving Frank s Leo was an extraordinarily kind man Reply Lyza says October 9 2011 at 2 51 pm I don t even know what to say this made thgins so much easier Reply L A Pomeroy says September 28 2011 at 1 50 am Lest we are left with the impression that only hip dudes frequented this subterranean enclave of music chic I too frequented Frank s in the 1980s more than once wearing my I Was A Victim Of The Stranglers t shirt or maybe some Ant makeup en route to a show at JB Scotts And if Leo aka Frank was our musical mentor leave some room at the bar to sidle up with another old friend Jack from the mighty Yukon and the source of many

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  • Frank's Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox - Digital Music Insider
    pm Neil we lived two doors down I remember getting pitchers to go for our dinners Leo would get a plate At the end of the semester I returned about 4 pitchers and 20 glasses that made it to our apartment I also got to hang with Leo when I played on Frank s softball team They had a great league home team was the host and post game bar losing team ponied up 5 each yes 5 for open taps all night for both teams I got to see a lot of bars and meet people all over Albany through Leo Had some fun when Leo moved over to the Washington Tavern for a while also Sorry to hear he is gone Reply metin ulug says September 27 2011 at 4 51 pm Somewhere out there those cassette tapes might still exist oh for a boxed cd set of those and perhaps a cyber snakebite Reply marc reiter says September 27 2011 at 5 39 pm amazing post can t wait to hear the station i remember frank s well and the music i can t say i remember leo that well as i was usually too busy staring into linda hayme s eyes to pay attention to little else Reply Tom Dussault says September 27 2011 at 5 50 pm A woman was really special if you took her to FLR on a first date to impress Reply Eugene says September 27 2011 at 6 32 pm Man Franks was the stopping off place on the way home from the bus for 3 years sure does bring back memories Reply Neil says October 10 2011 at 2 20 am Ya and living next door wasn t too bad Reply Kathleen Taylor says September 27 2011 at 6 57 pm Jack thanks for writing this I d forgotten the Leo George Jones connection I have him to thank for turning me on to Marianne Faithfull Reply Marla Brucker says September 29 2011 at 2 07 am Kathy Are you MY Kathy Taylor I know and love Marla Boces Reply Kathleen Taylor says October 8 2011 at 2 17 pm I am I think graduated into a full name sometime after leaving Frank s Leo was an extraordinarily kind man Reply Lyza says October 9 2011 at 2 51 pm I don t even know what to say this made thgins so much easier Reply L A Pomeroy says September 28 2011 at 1 50 am Lest we are left with the impression that only hip dudes frequented this subterranean enclave of music chic I too frequented Frank s in the 1980s more than once wearing my I Was A Victim Of The Stranglers t shirt or maybe some Ant makeup en route to a show at JB Scotts And if Leo aka Frank was our musical mentor leave some room at the bar to sidle up with another old friend Jack from the mighty Yukon and the source of

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  • Frank's Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox - Digital Music Insider
    pm Neil we lived two doors down I remember getting pitchers to go for our dinners Leo would get a plate At the end of the semester I returned about 4 pitchers and 20 glasses that made it to our apartment I also got to hang with Leo when I played on Frank s softball team They had a great league home team was the host and post game bar losing team ponied up 5 each yes 5 for open taps all night for both teams I got to see a lot of bars and meet people all over Albany through Leo Had some fun when Leo moved over to the Washington Tavern for a while also Sorry to hear he is gone Reply metin ulug says September 27 2011 at 4 51 pm Somewhere out there those cassette tapes might still exist oh for a boxed cd set of those and perhaps a cyber snakebite Reply marc reiter says September 27 2011 at 5 39 pm amazing post can t wait to hear the station i remember frank s well and the music i can t say i remember leo that well as i was usually too busy staring into linda hayme s eyes to pay attention to little else Reply Tom Dussault says September 27 2011 at 5 50 pm A woman was really special if you took her to FLR on a first date to impress Reply Eugene says September 27 2011 at 6 32 pm Man Franks was the stopping off place on the way home from the bus for 3 years sure does bring back memories Reply Neil says October 10 2011 at 2 20 am Ya and living next door wasn t too bad Reply Kathleen Taylor says September 27 2011 at 6 57 pm Jack thanks for writing this I d forgotten the Leo George Jones connection I have him to thank for turning me on to Marianne Faithfull Reply Marla Brucker says September 29 2011 at 2 07 am Kathy Are you MY Kathy Taylor I know and love Marla Boces Reply Kathleen Taylor says October 8 2011 at 2 17 pm I am I think graduated into a full name sometime after leaving Frank s Leo was an extraordinarily kind man Reply Lyza says October 9 2011 at 2 51 pm I don t even know what to say this made thgins so much easier Reply L A Pomeroy says September 28 2011 at 1 50 am Lest we are left with the impression that only hip dudes frequented this subterranean enclave of music chic I too frequented Frank s in the 1980s more than once wearing my I Was A Victim Of The Stranglers t shirt or maybe some Ant makeup en route to a show at JB Scotts And if Leo aka Frank was our musical mentor leave some room at the bar to sidle up with another old friend Jack from the mighty Yukon and the source of

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  • Frank's Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox - Digital Music Insider
    pm Neil we lived two doors down I remember getting pitchers to go for our dinners Leo would get a plate At the end of the semester I returned about 4 pitchers and 20 glasses that made it to our apartment I also got to hang with Leo when I played on Frank s softball team They had a great league home team was the host and post game bar losing team ponied up 5 each yes 5 for open taps all night for both teams I got to see a lot of bars and meet people all over Albany through Leo Had some fun when Leo moved over to the Washington Tavern for a while also Sorry to hear he is gone Reply metin ulug says September 27 2011 at 4 51 pm Somewhere out there those cassette tapes might still exist oh for a boxed cd set of those and perhaps a cyber snakebite Reply marc reiter says September 27 2011 at 5 39 pm amazing post can t wait to hear the station i remember frank s well and the music i can t say i remember leo that well as i was usually too busy staring into linda hayme s eyes to pay attention to little else Reply Tom Dussault says September 27 2011 at 5 50 pm A woman was really special if you took her to FLR on a first date to impress Reply Eugene says September 27 2011 at 6 32 pm Man Franks was the stopping off place on the way home from the bus for 3 years sure does bring back memories Reply Neil says October 10 2011 at 2 20 am Ya and living next door wasn t too bad Reply Kathleen Taylor says September 27 2011 at 6 57 pm Jack thanks for writing this I d forgotten the Leo George Jones connection I have him to thank for turning me on to Marianne Faithfull Reply Marla Brucker says September 29 2011 at 2 07 am Kathy Are you MY Kathy Taylor I know and love Marla Boces Reply Kathleen Taylor says October 8 2011 at 2 17 pm I am I think graduated into a full name sometime after leaving Frank s Leo was an extraordinarily kind man Reply Lyza says October 9 2011 at 2 51 pm I don t even know what to say this made thgins so much easier Reply L A Pomeroy says September 28 2011 at 1 50 am Lest we are left with the impression that only hip dudes frequented this subterranean enclave of music chic I too frequented Frank s in the 1980s more than once wearing my I Was A Victim Of The Stranglers t shirt or maybe some Ant makeup en route to a show at JB Scotts And if Leo aka Frank was our musical mentor leave some room at the bar to sidle up with another old friend Jack from the mighty Yukon and the source of

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  • Frank's Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox - Digital Music Insider
    pm Neil we lived two doors down I remember getting pitchers to go for our dinners Leo would get a plate At the end of the semester I returned about 4 pitchers and 20 glasses that made it to our apartment I also got to hang with Leo when I played on Frank s softball team They had a great league home team was the host and post game bar losing team ponied up 5 each yes 5 for open taps all night for both teams I got to see a lot of bars and meet people all over Albany through Leo Had some fun when Leo moved over to the Washington Tavern for a while also Sorry to hear he is gone Reply metin ulug says September 27 2011 at 4 51 pm Somewhere out there those cassette tapes might still exist oh for a boxed cd set of those and perhaps a cyber snakebite Reply marc reiter says September 27 2011 at 5 39 pm amazing post can t wait to hear the station i remember frank s well and the music i can t say i remember leo that well as i was usually too busy staring into linda hayme s eyes to pay attention to little else Reply Tom Dussault says September 27 2011 at 5 50 pm A woman was really special if you took her to FLR on a first date to impress Reply Eugene says September 27 2011 at 6 32 pm Man Franks was the stopping off place on the way home from the bus for 3 years sure does bring back memories Reply Neil says October 10 2011 at 2 20 am Ya and living next door wasn t too bad Reply Kathleen Taylor says September 27 2011 at 6 57 pm Jack thanks for writing this I d forgotten the Leo George Jones connection I have him to thank for turning me on to Marianne Faithfull Reply Marla Brucker says September 29 2011 at 2 07 am Kathy Are you MY Kathy Taylor I know and love Marla Boces Reply Kathleen Taylor says October 8 2011 at 2 17 pm I am I think graduated into a full name sometime after leaving Frank s Leo was an extraordinarily kind man Reply Lyza says October 9 2011 at 2 51 pm I don t even know what to say this made thgins so much easier Reply L A Pomeroy says September 28 2011 at 1 50 am Lest we are left with the impression that only hip dudes frequented this subterranean enclave of music chic I too frequented Frank s in the 1980s more than once wearing my I Was A Victim Of The Stranglers t shirt or maybe some Ant makeup en route to a show at JB Scotts And if Leo aka Frank was our musical mentor leave some room at the bar to sidle up with another old friend Jack from the mighty Yukon and the source of

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  • Frank's Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox - Digital Music Insider
    pm Neil we lived two doors down I remember getting pitchers to go for our dinners Leo would get a plate At the end of the semester I returned about 4 pitchers and 20 glasses that made it to our apartment I also got to hang with Leo when I played on Frank s softball team They had a great league home team was the host and post game bar losing team ponied up 5 each yes 5 for open taps all night for both teams I got to see a lot of bars and meet people all over Albany through Leo Had some fun when Leo moved over to the Washington Tavern for a while also Sorry to hear he is gone Reply metin ulug says September 27 2011 at 4 51 pm Somewhere out there those cassette tapes might still exist oh for a boxed cd set of those and perhaps a cyber snakebite Reply marc reiter says September 27 2011 at 5 39 pm amazing post can t wait to hear the station i remember frank s well and the music i can t say i remember leo that well as i was usually too busy staring into linda hayme s eyes to pay attention to little else Reply Tom Dussault says September 27 2011 at 5 50 pm A woman was really special if you took her to FLR on a first date to impress Reply Eugene says September 27 2011 at 6 32 pm Man Franks was the stopping off place on the way home from the bus for 3 years sure does bring back memories Reply Neil says October 10 2011 at 2 20 am Ya and living next door wasn t too bad Reply Kathleen Taylor says September 27 2011 at 6 57 pm Jack thanks for writing this I d forgotten the Leo George Jones connection I have him to thank for turning me on to Marianne Faithfull Reply Marla Brucker says September 29 2011 at 2 07 am Kathy Are you MY Kathy Taylor I know and love Marla Boces Reply Kathleen Taylor says October 8 2011 at 2 17 pm I am I think graduated into a full name sometime after leaving Frank s Leo was an extraordinarily kind man Reply Lyza says October 9 2011 at 2 51 pm I don t even know what to say this made thgins so much easier Reply L A Pomeroy says September 28 2011 at 1 50 am Lest we are left with the impression that only hip dudes frequented this subterranean enclave of music chic I too frequented Frank s in the 1980s more than once wearing my I Was A Victim Of The Stranglers t shirt or maybe some Ant makeup en route to a show at JB Scotts And if Leo aka Frank was our musical mentor leave some room at the bar to sidle up with another old friend Jack from the mighty Yukon and the source of

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  • The "S Factor" - What Apple Lacks In Music - Digital Music Insider
    160gb iPods Sonos systems vintage turntables and vinyl they still spend the majority of their waking hours engrossed in discovering music Talk to them at length and they will tell you that they live for that Oh Wow moment of discovery The perfect moment of surprise Surprise with a capital S Their favorite music story invariably revolves around the first time they heard or saw Elvis The Beatles Springsteen Nirvana Wu Tang Arcade Fire etc Music fanatics live for surprises and discovery above everything else That s why they are so loyal to the bands magazines fanzines radio stations and websites of their youth They re constantly trying to recapture that moment that young William has flipping through those albums in Almost Famous I ll never forget this comment from a Warner Bros Records co worker a couple of years back I go to Best Buy to get the music I know I want to buy but I go to Amoeba a helluva lot more to get the music that I didn t know I wanted to buy With the iCloud Apple has made progress on getting you the music you already know you want But what about discovery The battle for the Oh Wow moment of surprise for the music you didn t know you wanted for that elusive S Factor rages on Author Jack Isquith Posted on June 10 2011 Categories Digital Music News Fog Of War iTunes 1 thought on The S Factor What Apple Lacks In Music Dave Logan says June 11 2011 at 1 05 am You talking about curated content and that s not something created by an algorithm Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Post navigation Previous Previous

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